Leslie Moore

Leslie Moore

Senior Lecturer & Counselor Ed Area Chair


Counselor Education

Email
lamoore@austin.utexas.edu

Office & Hours

Office: SZB 262J
Monday: 3-4
Tuesday: 11-12
By appointment

Phone
(512) 471-0357

Fax
(512) 475-7641

Courses of Instruction
UGS 302: Identity Development in a Multicultural World
EDP 367: Introduction to Individual Counseling and Psychotherapy
EDP 381: Professional and Ethical Issues in Counseling
EDP 381: Counseling Theories and Procedures
EDP 381: Current Topics in School Counseling
EDP 380P: Advanced Psychoeducational Assessment
EDP 381: Family Systems Therapy (focus on couples)
EDP 381: Short-Term Psychotherapy
EDP 381: Child and Adolescent Counseling

Mailing Address
The University of Texas at Austin
Educ Psychol Dept
1 University Station D5800
Austin, TX 78712-1294
UT Mail Code: D5800

Full Vita
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Profile

Please note that as the Area Chair of the Counselor Education master's degree program,  I am not accepting doctoral students as advisees or in a research capacity. However, I do hope to have students from both the Counselor Education and Counseling Psychology program as students in my classes.

I am very interested in understanding human development and change. I focus my readings and practice on the study of comparative approaches to counseling interventions. I am especially interested in the use of short-term approaches to counseling in educational settings. I am also pursuing training in working with relationship issues and couples in a study group of the Psychobiological Approach to Couple Therapy, developed by Stan Tatkin, Psy.D.

Education

Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology, The University of Texas at Austin

Research Interests and Expertise

While I am not conducting research at this time, I am pursuing focused reading and study of the following topics:
*the role of neurobiology and attachment in emotional regulation and behavior;
*narrative therapy approaches in academic settings;
*relationship issues and couples therapy;
*short-term approaches to counseling in academic settings.